Hillsdale Fabricators erected 14,500 tons of structural steel building modules for the Nickel/Cobalt Electrowinning building (263,000-square-feet) and the Neutralization building (182,000-square-feet) at the new $2.8 billion nickel processing plant. In total, 5,000 pieces of equipment and 160 modules were set, the largest weighing over 500 tons. Work on site peaked at over 4,000 craft workers.
Hillsdale fabricated and erected 25,000 tons of steel for the K+S Legacy Mine Project. Built near Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, it is the first greenfield potash mine in the area in nearly forty years. In addition to its isolated location, project challenges included a fast-track schedule that peaked during the winter, where high winds battered […]
Hillsdale supplied 20,000 tons of steel for the Kearl Froth Project, a key component at the Oil Sands development operated by Imperial Oil. Fabricated at our 250,000-square-foot facility in St. Louis according to Canadian Welding Bureau standards, steel for the 500+ modules was then shipped to Edmonton for assembly. In addition to fabrication and delivery, […]
The largest electric utility in Missouri, Ameren Corporation, chose Hillsdale Fabricators as its prime steel contractor in support of its Environmental Upgrade program. The program covered three facilities, Portage des Sioux, Duck Creek and Coffeen Power Stations. Hillsdale provided structural steel and ductwork to all three stations for their respective environmental programs including SCR’s, scrubbers, […]